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  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards
  • Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards

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Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards

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Germany, Imperial. Five Navy (Kaiserliche Marine) Postcards

Return of the U-53 Crew (printed in black ink on a thin white card stock, obverse illustrating the thirty-six man crew of U-53, inscribed in Gothic text " "U 53" glücklich zurückgekehrt! / Die Mannschaft." at the upper left, "Kapitänleutnant Rose" at the bottom, coded "6006" above the interlocking initials "NPG" at the lower left and studio marked "Atelier Kloppmann, Wilhelmshaven" at the lower right, reverse with a handwritten inscription in black ink and dated July 29, 1917, 87 mm x 138 mm); U-53 Captain Rose in His Naval Dress Uniform (printed in blue ink on a thin white card stock, obverse illustrating U-53 Captain Rose, inscribed in English "CAPTAIN ROSE of the U-53 / C. by Central News Photo Service / Published by The fatherland", postcard-style backer, 89 mm x 140 mm); Crew of U-26 That Had Just Been Decorated with the Iron Cross 2nd Class (printed in black ink on a white card stock, obverse illustrating the twenty-seven man crew of U-26, inscribed "Die mit dem Eisernen Kreuz geschmückten Helden des U 26" at the top, star insignia and coded "24/3" at the lower left, reverse entitled "Unsere Helden" (Our Heroes) with a description below and a postcard style backer, 89 mm x 138 mm); U-83 and U-85 in Port Before Departing For Overseas Service (printed in black ink on a white card stock, obverse illustrating the crews of U-83 and U-85 atop their vessels while in port at Wilhelmshaven, inscribed "UNSERE U-BOOTE VOR DER AUSREISE" at the lower left and coded "11." at the lower right, reverse studio marked "Kunstanstalt. Willy Feyerabend, Wilhelmshaven.", with two stamps and a postcard-style backer, 88 mm x 132 mm); and Group of Nineteen Sailors (Seesoldaten) (printed in black ink on a white card stock, obverse illustrating nineteen seamen with bayoneted rifles, each wearing a cap with a tally ribbon inscribed "Matrosen Division" (Sailor's Division), reverse with a handwritten inscription in faded blue ink and a postcard-style backer, 89 mm x 139 mm). Extremely fine. (C:102)
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